Green Bay Packers Advance To NFL NFC Finals, To Face The Chicago Bears

Written by Michael Lambarde on Jan. 16, 2011

Green Bay Packers’s fans present at the Georgia Dome knew no limit to their joy as the Packers went on to crush the Atlanta Falcons last night by 48-21. The joy of all the Packers fans were obvious after the team defeat the Atlanta Falcons which ensured their place at the Super Bowl final game. The Packers will be playing at the NFC Super Bowl final match against the Chicago Bears, who just swept the Seahwaks at Soldier Field.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was the man to watch out for during last night’s game as he delivered a full on power packed performance on the field leading his team for the stupendous victory against the home team. Although the 27-year-old scored 31 of 36 passes, football experts have opined that last night’s scoring alone would not do justice to his talent. Although Atlanta Falcons had been the NFC favorites but the Green Bay Packers went on to prove the football experts wrong, ushering magic on the field.

The game was a complete weekend package as it offered some of the best shots from the Packers side that could not enable the spectators to take their eyes off the game even for a second. Green Bay Packers is just one inch away from claiming the Super Bowl title. As evident from the scores, the game had completely taken a one-sided turn with the Packers dominating the Atlanta Falcons throughout the match. After last night’s win, the Green Bay Packers are all set to it out battle with the winner of the other NFC game during a showdown scheduled to take place on February 6.


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